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Nov 11, 2009 7:00pm EST
of fabric a month. we are a major player in the fabric industry in the united states and we are creating opportunities in the commercial sector by buying american-made goods. >> the uniforms themselves represent a whole lot. it represents the whole united states. >> everything that starts here, once it gets to them and when they put them on and see the work that done, they may not know us personally but we know we do this for them and i would hope the word would get out when these uniforms are made by people like us they can also feel proud and know we are doing a fine job for them. >> reporter: when you talk about heros the people that work here will tell you overcoming obstacles is just part of living and that the real heros are the people that wear the uniforms that they make here. scott broom, 9news now and >> blind industries and services of maryland employees about 200 blind workers who work side by side with their colleagues. the company also produces janitorial supplies and paper goods. >>> still ahead. a difficult journey. find out how some veterans are making their w
Nov 27, 2009 7:00pm EST
will surf for deals on monday. that's over half of the office workers in the united states. you can get some tips about on- line shopping at by clicking on living smart. >>> police in south florida are looking for the man accused of killing four people, including a 6-year-old girl on thanksgiving day. it happened in the town of jupiter west of north palm beach. police believe that paul killed his two sisters their 76-year- old aunt and a cousin. one of his sisters was pregnant. police say 17 relatives in all were in the house at the time the shooting started. two others are being treated for injuries. >>> a status hearing is scheduled on monday for the man accused of killing a security guard at the u.s. holocaust museum. james von brunn is currently being treated at a north carolina hospital as doctors evaluate if he is able and competent stand trial. he's been in the hospital since the attack in june. he was shot in the face by another guard. james von brunn's treatment has cost the department of corrections more than 5 -- $55,000 so far. >>> the virginia couple that allegedly cra
Nov 13, 2009 7:00pm EST
the united states. five of those men will be tried in the civilian courthouse just blocks from the site of the world trade center. they include khalil lead sheik mohammad who has already admitted to investigators that he was the mastermind of those september 11th attacks. the other five will be tried in military commissions across the united states. >>> the man who's been in charge of how to close the guantanamo bay facility is stepping down. greg craig announced his resignation this morning. he is planning to return to private law practice in january. they say craig is a trusted adviser to the president and his departure has nothing to do with delays in closing guantanamo. >>> john allen muhammad's family is planning for a funeral this tuesday in baton baton rouge, louisiana. today the son of the man executed for the 2002 sniper shootings in our area spoke out about his dad. 27-year-old lindbergh williams says he and his father did not talk about the killings on the day he was executed but instead reminisced about old times. he was put to death this past tuesday. >>> tonight the u.s. s
Nov 4, 2009 7:00pm EST
written in the constitution of the united states. if gays can point out a right that they should have that has been written in the constitution. let me say this right here, there are no special rights in the constitution for people who make love differently than other people. yeah, but bill, from loudoun county says gay folks aren't looking for any special rights. imagine not getting that house or apartment you applied for because you signed the form with your same sex partner. imagine not being able to displaying affection? the key here is being denied rights that others have. and there was this on the question we raised yesterday regarding prison inmates getting the hard to find flu vaccine. she was short and to the point. little children first, young people etcetera, inmates the very last. but brian says that is the short sided view, prisonnens are con firearmed and densely populated areas where diseases can spread quickly. these areas protects the public as much as the general public with the same dosage. stop showing false outrage. our outrage may be over the top, but it's almost
Nov 16, 2009 7:00pm EST
years. we're learning the newspaper is closing down. Ñ >>> the numbers are down in the united states for the h1n1 virus. but health officials say it's too early to say if that means the virus has peeked. the world health organization says so far more than 6,200 people in 206 countries have died from h1n1 flu. >>> you may not see it on the street, but there's some foul mouthed dialogue going on. business insider magazine named herndon the most obscene city in america. >> reporter: in the heart of d.c. corner has a dirty little secret. it's been named most obscene city in america. >> it goes to show you that in the privacy of your own home, you don't know what people are doing. >> reporter: apparently when they aren't playing in the park, record numbers of residents are googling the 7 words you shouldn't say on television beating out los angeles and philadelphia in the survey. >> i definitely am surprised by that. i don't hear it too often. >> reporter: at the shopping center, they are calling it word game. >> i can hear a lot. >> reporter: last year louville, kentucky, came in first.
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